Patents by Inventor Matt Boyd

Matt Boyd has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20210108725
    Abstract: Gaskets, including aircraft gaskets, are disclosed, the gaskets having an elastomeric gel body and substantially incompressible skeletons. The bodies may be pliable and deformable and, in one example, may be comprised of a two-part chemically cured polyurethane that sets up as a gel after mixing with the web so that it is fully integral with the web and so that there is substantially no air bubbles or air pockets left in the web. The web may be a regular shaped web and made of nylon.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 18, 2020
    Publication date: April 15, 2021
    Inventors: Matt Boyd, Jeff Busby, Kent Boomer, Michael Dry
  • Publication number: 20210041023
    Abstract: A gasket is provided with a tacky polyurethane or polyurea gel body and a metallic mesh skeleton where the skeleton has been coated with a conversion coating. The conversion coating helps reduce corrosion in the gasket and corrosion on the parts that place the gasket under compression, especially where an environment conducive to galvanic corrosion is present. This gasket may then be used in assemblies which include aircraft parts, which parts may be subject to extreme environmental conditions.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 23, 2020
    Publication date: February 11, 2021
    Inventors: JEFF BUSBY, KENT BOOMER, MATT BOYD, EMILY SAMUELSON
  • Patent number: 10870025
    Abstract: Fireworthy sealants may have a variety of compositions and be made by a variety of techniques. In certain implementations, a fireworthy sealant may include a body comprised of a cured, tacky, soft, deformable non-adhesive gel. The gel body may have an upper surface, a lower surface, and a perimeter, wherein the upper and lower surfaces of the gel body, in an uncompressed state, define a body thickness. The sealant may, in an uncompressed state, be dimensioned to fit in a first opening between a wall and an aircraft component surface and deformable when under compression to fit in a second opening, smaller than the first opening. The sealant may be flame retardant and produce low smoke density and low smoke toxicity.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 12, 2019
    Date of Patent: December 22, 2020
    Assignee: The Patent Well LLC
    Inventors: Peter Sibello, Jeff Busby, Chad Knight, Kent Boomer, Matt Boyd
  • Patent number: 10871229
    Abstract: Gaskets, including aircraft gaskets, are disclosed, the gaskets having an elastomeric gel body and substantially incompressible skeletons. The bodies may be pliable and deformable and, in one example, may be comprised of a two-part chemically cured polyurethane that sets up as a gel after mixing with the web so that it is fully integral with the web and so that there is substantially no air bubbles or air pockets left in the web. The web may be a regular shaped web and made of nylon.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 18, 2018
    Date of Patent: December 22, 2020
    Assignee: The Patent Well LLC
    Inventors: Matt Boyd, Jeff Busby, Kent Boomer, Michael Dry
  • Patent number: 10837555
    Abstract: A gasket is provided with a tacky polyurethane or polyurea gel body and a metallic mesh skeleton where the skeleton has been coated with a conversion coating. The conversion coating helps reduce corrosion in the gasket and corrosion on the parts that place the gasket under compression, especially where an environment conducive to galvanic corrosion is present. This gasket may then be used in assemblies which include aircraft parts, which parts may be subject to extreme environmental conditions.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 8, 2016
    Date of Patent: November 17, 2020
    Inventors: Jeff Busby, Kent Boomer, Matt Boyd, Emily Samuelson
  • Publication number: 20200159815
    Abstract: A method comprises receiving one or more sizes for each of the dimensions of a kernel that is convolved with an input tensor to generate an output activation, generating a control pattern used to compute output values for the convolution of the input tensor, with the control pattern being a square matrix with each dimension being a size equal to the product of the width and the height of the kernel. The control pattern is generated by generating a value for each position of the control pattern that is based on a location of the position in the control pattern and the one or more sizes of each of the dimensions of the kernel, the value indicating a location from which to access values from a flattened input tensor for the convolution with the kernel.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 18, 2019
    Publication date: May 21, 2020
    Inventors: Jonathan Alexander Ross, Tom Hawkins, Gregory Michael Thorson, Matt Boyd
  • Publication number: 20200159814
    Abstract: A method comprises receiving a kernel used to convolve with an input tensor. For a first dimension of the kernel, a square block of values for each single dimensional vector of the kernel that includes all rotations of that single dimensional vector is generated. For each additional dimension of the kernel, group blocks of an immediately preceding dimension into sets of blocks, each set of blocks including blocks of the immediately preceding dimension that are aligned along a vector that is parallel to the axis of the dimension; and generate, for the additional dimension, one or more blocks of values, each block including all rotations of blocks within each of the sets of blocks of the immediately preceding dimension. The block of values corresponding to the last dimension in the additional dimensions of the kernel is output as the expanded kernel.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 18, 2019
    Publication date: May 21, 2020
    Inventors: Jonathan Alexander Ross, Tom Hawkins, Gregory Michael Thorson, Matt Boyd
  • Publication number: 20200159813
    Abstract: A method comprises receiving an input tensor for convolution with a kernel, dividing the input tensor into one or more tiles with each tile having a size equal to the kernel, flattening the values in the one or more tiles into vectors to generate the flattened input stream.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 18, 2019
    Publication date: May 21, 2020
    Inventors: Jonathan Alexander Ross, Tom Hawkins, Gregory Michael Thorson, Matt Boyd
  • Publication number: 20200160226
    Abstract: A method comprises accessing a flattened input stream that includes a set of parallel vectors representing a set of input values of a kernel-sized tile of an input tensor that is to be convolved with a kernel. An expanded kernel is received that is generated by permuting values from the kernel. A control pattern is received that includes a set of vectors each corresponding to the output value position for the kernel-sized tile of the output and indicating a vector of the flattened input stream to access input values. The method further comprises generating, for each output position of each kernel-sized tile of the output, a dot product between a first vector that includes values of the flattened input stream as selected by the control pattern, and a second vector corresponding to a vector in the expanded kernel corresponding to the output position.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 18, 2019
    Publication date: May 21, 2020
    Inventors: Jonathan Alexander Ross, Tom Hawkins, Gregory Michael Thorson, Matt Boyd
  • Patent number: 10632686
    Abstract: A sealant is provided for use on an aircraft or other vehicle. The sealant may be used with a gasket. The sealant is a perimeter seal that comprises a polyurea member. The polyurea member is a self-curing, two-component mix. It may cure to a hardness in the range of about 40 to 100 (Shore A). It may maintain an adequate peel strength to withstand multiple thermal and pressure cycling, and may have a working life, wherein it may be shaped, of less than about eleven minutes.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 21, 2018
    Date of Patent: April 28, 2020
    Assignee: The Patent Well LLC
    Inventors: Jeff Busby, Chad Knight, Kent Boomer, Michael Dry, Matt Boyd
  • Patent number: 10604230
    Abstract: Gaskets, including aircraft gaskets, are disclosed, the gaskets having an elastomeric gel body and substantially incompressible skeletons. The bodies may be pliable and deformable and, in one example, may be comprised of a two-part chemically cured polyurethane that sets up as a gel after mixing with the web so that it is fully integral with the web and so that there is substantially no air bubbles or air pockets left in the web. The web may be a regular shaped web and made of nylon.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 11, 2018
    Date of Patent: March 31, 2020
    Assignee: THE PATENT WELL LLC
    Inventors: Matt Boyd, Jeff Busby, Kent Boomer, Michael Dry
  • Patent number: 10603822
    Abstract: An assembly for use on an aircraft wing having an aircraft skin and a fuel tank, the assembly comprising a metal access door for accessing the fuel tank, a metal retainer ring for engaging the wing and the access door. Fasteners removably couple the access door to the retainer ring. A lip, which may be on the wing surface, is configured to receive a perimeter of the access door when the access door is coupled to the retainer ring. A polyurethane elastomeric gel gasket having a metallic skeleton is configured to lay between the access door and a lip of the metal wing surface. Under compression, the polyurethane will deform and squeeze out the edges and flatten so as to provide metal-to-metal contact between the access door and the lip.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 28, 2018
    Date of Patent: March 31, 2020
    Assignee: THE PATENT WELL LLC
    Inventors: Michael Dry, Matt Boyd, Kent Boomer, Jeff Busby
  • Publication number: 20200094090
    Abstract: Fireworthy sealants may have a variety of compositions and be made by a variety of techniques. In certain implementations, a fireworthy sealant may include a body comprised of a cured, tacky, soft, deformable non-adhesive gel. The gel body may have an upper surface, a lower surface, and a perimeter, wherein the upper and lower surfaces of the gel body, in an uncompressed state, define a body thickness. The sealant may, in an uncompressed state, be dimensioned to fit in a first opening between a wall and an aircraft component surface and deformable when under compression to fit in a second opening, smaller than the first opening. The sealant may be flame retardant and produce low smoke density and low smoke toxicity.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 12, 2019
    Publication date: March 26, 2020
    Inventors: PETER SIBELLO, JEFF BUSBY, CHAD KNIGHT, KENT BOOMER, MATT BOYD
  • Patent number: 10478649
    Abstract: Fireworthy sealants may be have a variety of compositions and be made by a variety of techniques. In certain implementations, a fireworthy sealant may include a body comprised of a cured, tacky, soft, deformable non-adhesive gel. The gel body may have an upper surface, a lower surface, and a perimeter, wherein the upper and lower surfaces of the gel body, in an uncompressed state, define a body thickness. The sealant may, in an uncompressed state, be dimensioned to fit in a first opening between a wall and an aircraft component surface and deformable when under compression to fit in a second opening, smaller than the first opening. The sealant may be flame retardant and produce low smoke density and low smoke toxicity.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 6, 2017
    Date of Patent: November 19, 2019
    Assignee: THE PATENT WELL LLC
    Inventors: Peter Sibello, Jeff Busby, Chad Knight, Kent Boomer, Matt Boyd
  • Publication number: 20190275770
    Abstract: Applicant discloses multiple embodiments of a non-adhesive cured two-part polymer sealant for use on aircraft parts. In some embodiments, the sealant comprises only a carrier and a cured polymer gel. In some embodiments, the carrier of the sealant is at least partially open cell foam, which at least partially absorbs a cured polymer gel, and which sealant has beneficial properties, including low smoke density, non-toxicity when burned, and flame retardant properties. In some embodiments, the sealant comprises a skin on an outer surface thereof, which skin may be impermeable or semi-permeable to the passage of liquids and or polymer gels. In some embodiments, the sealant is breathable but moisture-proof.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 6, 2019
    Publication date: September 12, 2019
    Inventors: Jeff Busby, Matt Boyd, Kent Boomer, Chad Knight, Peter Sibello, Michael Dry
  • Publication number: 20190162306
    Abstract: A gasket or tape material for sealing between two members. The gasket or tape material, in one embodiment, includes a skeletal member and/or metallic and/or non-metallic particles. Enclosing the skeletal member and/or particles is a flexible, compressible resilient polyurea body member having a tacky outer surface, the tacky outer surface for engagement between the two members. The resilient body may be comprised of polyurea. The skeletal member may be comprised of a metallic or a non-metallic material, woven or non-woven metallic or non-metallic.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 31, 2015
    Publication date: May 30, 2019
    Inventors: JEFF BUSBY, MIKE DRY, KENT BOOMER, MATT BOYD, CHAD KNIGHT
  • Publication number: 20190134652
    Abstract: Applicant discloses a two part polymer mix for use in the aircraft industry that is applied with pneumatic mix and spray gun. The two part cartridge is used in the mix and spray gun so the mix is applied immediately upon mixing, but the two components are kept separated unless the gun is applying the mix. The mix cures to form a clear sealant that allows for inspection of cracks and corrosion beneath the sealant. It cures quickly so that the coated part may be further processed, for example in the assembly line during aircraft build. Applicant further discloses multiple spray gun systems for applying such a two-part polymer mix to aircraft parts.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 28, 2018
    Publication date: May 9, 2019
    Inventors: Jeff Busby, Kent Boomer, Matt Boyd, Michael Dry, Peter Sibello, Kelly Templin, Chad Knight
  • Publication number: 20190120384
    Abstract: Gaskets, including aircraft gaskets, are disclosed, the gaskets having an elastomeric gel body and substantially incompressible skeletons. The bodies may be pliable and deformable and, in one example, may be comprised of a two-part chemically cured polyurethane that sets up as a gel after mixing with the web so that it is fully integral with the web and so that there is substantially no air bubbles or air pockets left in the web. The web may be a regular shaped web and made of nylon.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 18, 2018
    Publication date: April 25, 2019
    Inventors: Matt Boyd, Jeff Busby, Kent Boomer, Michael Dry
  • Publication number: 20190112026
    Abstract: Gaskets, including aircraft gaskets, are disclosed, the gaskets having an elastomeric gel body and substantially incompressible skeletons. The bodies may be pliable and deformable and, in one example, may be comprised of a two-part chemically cured polyurethane that sets up as a gel after mixing with the web so that it is fully integral with the web and so that there is substantially no air bubbles or air pockets left in the web. The web may be a regular shaped web and made of nylon.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 11, 2018
    Publication date: April 18, 2019
    Inventors: MATT BOYD, JEFF BUSBY, KENT BOOMER, MICHAEL DRY
  • Publication number: 20190091900
    Abstract: An assembly for use on an aircraft wing having an aircraft skin and a fuel tank, the assembly comprising a metal access door for accessing the fuel tank, a metal retainer ring for engaging the wing and the access door. Fasteners removably couple the access door to the retainer ring. A lip, which may be on the wing surface, is configured to receive a perimeter of the access door when the access door is coupled to the retainer ring. A polyurethane elastomeric gel gasket having a metallic skeleton is configured to lay between the access door and a lip of the metal wing surface. Under compression, the polyurethane will deform and squeeze out the edges and flatten so as to provide metal-to-metal contact between the access door and the lip.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 28, 2018
    Publication date: March 28, 2019
    Inventors: Michael Dry, Matt Boyd, Kent Boomer, Jeff Busby